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Carpenter, Johnlocked

(c. 1395–1476)
  • Roy Martin Haines

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Carpenter, John (c. 1395–1476), bishop of Worcester, like his friend William Canynges (d. 1474), may have been a member of a Bristol merchant family with London associations. A John and Roger Carpenter—conceivably related to him—were tenants of the manor of Stoke Bishop...

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